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Saddlebred Week is filled with prestigious events including Five National Championship Events for American Saddlebred Pleasure Horses sponsored by Saddle & Bridle magazine and culminating in the beautiful Shatner Country Western Pleasure Championships on Saturday night. In Equitation, the Saddle & Bridle Pleasure Medallion Finals will be held at St. Louis, as well as the MHSA Junior Saddle Seat Equitation Medallion. Open Jackpot Stakes classes are being introduced this year for the Fine Harness, Three-Gaited and Five-Gaited Horses. And the exciting $5,000 Ruth and R.S. Palmer Memorial Five-Gaited Stake on Saturday night is expected to draw top open five-gaited horses from throughout
Join us at 6:00 PM September 5th for the All American Cup and Wednesday starting at 8:00 AM for the All American Classic show! Click here to reserve classes to video at the event
The first Region XI meeting was held December 15, 1973, in Quincy, Ill. At that meeting regional officers were elected and the chairman of the Region would serve as a Director on Internationals board. This Regional concept affected all members of International, The Regional President/Chairman , elected by club deletes, would report the interests of his Region to the Board of Directors and Regional meeting would improve communications between clubs. Alfred Gardner was the acting chairman at that first Region XI meeting and Dr. Ewbank , then Vice-President of the Illinois Arabian Horse Association was elected chairman of Region XI by secret ballot and then presided over the meeting
Welcome to the Region XIV and Silverama Championship Horse Show. It is truly our pleasure to once again present a show that exhibitors continue to attend from all over the country.This will be the 23rd year we have presented The Bill & Betty Zekan Memorial Youth Show. The show is scheduled for Wednesday this year and offers a full slate of youth classes. Click here to reserve class videos during this event
Region 13 is one of eighteen regions in the U.S. and Canada that comprise the Arabian Horse Association . Two states, Indiana and Michigan, make up Region 13. In those two states are seven clubs to serve Arabian horse enthusiasts. They offer a wide variety of activities, as well as shows and distance rides. We invite you to join one (or more) of them! Region 13 hosts two Regional shows with traditional classes held the fourth weekend of June at the Champions Center in Springfield, Ohio; and the sport type (dressage, hunters and sport horse division) classes held at the Hoosier Horse Classic the third weekend of June at the Hoosier Horse Park in Edinburgh, IN. Click here to reserve classes at this show
We welcome you to the 43rd edition of the Indianapolis Charity Horse Show. We are hoping to see all the familiar faces and new ones. We welcome you all! The show once again is in the Elements Financial Blue Ribbon Pavilion at the Indiana State Fairgrounds . The large indoor ring is in a well lit air conditioned building with reserved seating around the ring. Vendors and a concession stand are located around the ring too. Stabling is located in adjacent buildings with two areas to work horses in. Morning hospitality, exhibitor parties and help with moving in and out of the show are added perks.
The best way to describe the Buckeye Sweepstakes Horse Show is “Where National Champions are made”! It is also considered the largest Class A Arabian horse show in the country other than the Scottsdale show. It has always been one of the most innovative shows since its inception in 1963. The home of the Buckeye has always been the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus, Ohio, and always on Memorial Day Weekend. The Buckeye offers National Show Horse District Championship classes, a Progressive Party that is one of the best in the country, different prize money programs, really cool awards, and a lot of prize money is offered. It is non stop horse show!
River Ridge Charity Horse Show is known for it's great horses and it's even greater generosity! We attract some of the best "Louisville" horses and riders in the nation. In addition, our proceeds go to support worthwhile causes in the Central Ohio area. Through your kindness by exhibiting and sponsoring our classes, we are able to donate a portion of our proceeds to this great charity. Our donations have enabled thousands of youth to have fun at summer camp while learning diabetic self-management and life style skills that prevent devastating complications such as blindness, kidney disease and amputation. We hope to continue our partnership with Central Ohio Diabetes Association and appreciate your support.